Category «Diabetes Medicine»

Survey: Can Gastric Bypass Surgery To Help Treat Diabetes?

Gastric bypass surgery has been known to improve glycemic control, often send people with type 2 diabetes into remission, but experts have long wondered exactly how it goes. Now, a new study provides some clues. Movement of amino acids associated with insulin resistance decreased significantly in those who have bypass surgery, researchers have discovered. They …

Insulin In The Brain Plays A Role In The Development Of Diabetes

Scientists have discovered a new function of insulin in the brain. Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that impaired insulin action in the brain may be the result of unbridled lipolysis trigger and exacerbate type 2 diabetes in humans. Conducted by Christoph Buettner, assistant professor of medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and …

Astra Zeneca Pins Dream of Drugs Against Diabetes

AstraZeneca desire to implement a new diabetes drugs and new uses for existing blockbuster drugs, Seroquel, Crestor and Nexium as the fight against drugs at the elbow pipe, and lackluster sales. The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical manufacturer has suffered setbacks in recent months. E ‘down his Motavizumab a drug used to prevent a serious lung disease that …

Health Ministry Forbid ‘Diabetes’ Medicine

The UAE Ministry of Health has cancelled the registration and forbidden distribution of the drug Amzylite and all products that carry this component. The decision was made after testing proved that the trading composition of the drug is different from that registered at the ministry which is contrary to the rules of the UAE. Dr …

Type 2 Diabetes Drug Approved by NICE

Patients suffering from type 2 diabetes will be able to benefit from an injectable drug that NICE has approved for use by the NHS. NICE gave its backing to wider use of once-a-day Victoza (liraglutide), designed to help patients stabilise their blood sugar levels. The drug can be used on obese people as well as …

Experts Says Diabetes Drug Increases Heart Attack Risks

London, Sep 6 (IANS) Medical experts have urged a ban on Avandia, a drug taken by up to 100,000 diabetic patients in Britain, because it increases risks of heart attack. The Commission on Human Medicines said the “risks of rosiglitazone (Avandia) outweigh its benefits” and called for prompt action. Clinical pharmacologist Yoon Loke of the …